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7-18-13

STATE PARK CABINS OFFER GREAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FUN

July 18, 2013State park cabins allow visitors to experience Kansas outdoors, while enjoying the comforts of homePRATT­– Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a family reunion, or a week-long fishing trip with friends, Kansas state park cabins are great choices. With 100 cabins offered at 19 state parks, four state fishing lakes, and one ... Read More


APPLICATIONS STILL BEING ACCEPTED FOR TUTTLE CREEK YOUTH/DISABLED ASSISTED DEER HUNT

July 18, 2013Youth and disabled hunters have until July 31 to apply for a limited 2013 assisted deer hunt at Tuttle CreekMANHATTAN– The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), Riley County Fish and Game Association, and the Corps of Engineers at Tuttle Creek Lake are still accepting applications for the 2013 Tuttle Creek Youth ... Read More


FLOATLINE FISHING SEASON GOING ON NOW

July 18, 2013Floatline fishing season runs July 15 - September 15PRATT­– A rather new form of fishing in Kansas, floatline fishing was introduced throughout the state in select bodies of water just four short years ago. Since then, it has annually attracted a small but steady community of about 500 channel cat anglers who participate in the two ... Read More


OVER THE COUNTER DEER PERMITS AVAILABLE JULY 30

July 18, 2013Resident deer permits available online or from license vendors statewidePRATT­­­– Purchasing a resident deer permit has never been more convenient for Kansas hunters. Beginning July 30, all over-the-counter permits will go on sale, and for residents, that’s just about every deer permit available. The only deer permit that requires ... Read More


KANSAS WILDLIFE, PARKS AND TOURISM COMMISSION TO MEET AUGUST 1

July 18, 2013The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will set late migratory bird seasons at the August 1 meetingPRATT– The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct a public meeting and hearing on Thursday, August 1, at the Woodson County Community Building, 211 W. Butler, Yates Center. The afternoon session will beg ... Read More